Because truth is stranger than fiction

Data and information have become commonplace, yet they remain difficult to communicate successfully.

Does this sound familiar?

  • You collect research or data that gets buried in a report that few read or that gets filed away, never to be seen again?
  • You present data to people but they still don't seem to understand it or find it to be relevant to them?
  • You gather and/or share data but see no change in the results or outcomes that matter?

Visuals are the best way to present information because they help us learn a lot very quickly, are easily shareable, and leave lasting impressions. 

Creating information-driven visuals requires in-depth content knowledge, design savvy, and audience awareness in order for them to be both engaging and easy to comprehend and act on.

Unlike others in my industry, I have expertise in communicating about technical topics. I believe that substance comes before equally-necessary style. I use accurate and appropriate words and visuals to create products that are both beautiful to look at and easy to comprehend. I take a human-centered design thinking approach, ensuring your goals will be met and expectations exceeded.

I have partnered with dozens of organizations, helping them use informative visuals to broaden their reach and create real change. Will yours be next?

 

Example products:

Informational graphics (infographics)
Presentations
Geographic maps
Network maps
Reports and manuals
Videos
Dashboards

 

Upcoming Public Speaking Events

"Using GIS to engage external audiences" - Denver's 16th annual GIS Day - December 6, 2017

 

Click here to learn more about our recently-formed community of practice for data and communication professionals! 

 

 
 

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Denver Data Communication Community

Are you interested in being a part of a community of practice focused on professional development and peer-to-peer learning about data communication? Learn more here.